Pokemon Crimson and Crimson: How to Get Water Stones

Pokemon Crimson and Crimson: How to Get Water Stones

Pokemon Crimson and Crimson - Waterstone location
Pokémon Crimson and Crimson – Water Stone Location © The Pokémon Company

The Water Stone is an important item in Pokémon games, and it can also be used to evolve two Pokémon in Pokémon Crimson and Crimson.

In Pokémon Crimson and Crimson, a Water Stone can be used to unlock some of the strongest Water-type Pokémon. So it’s worth finding some of these items.

The Water Stone has been around since the dawn of Pokémon, so it’s only logical that it’s back in Pokémon Crimson and Crimson. As always, the item can be used to evolve some of the Pokémon.

How to get a Water Stone in Pokémon Crimson and Crimson

Water Stones can be purchased from Boto Gifts for . Everyone Waterstone costs 3,000 Pokédollars and you can buy as many as you want. They can be purchased at any of the five Boto Gifts locations in Paldea.

There is also the possibility of finding water stones at certain points in the game. The items can be found on the ground both at the randomly spawned sparkles in the wild and at fixed locations

A single Water Stone is guaranteed to be found in Garrafosa City. A water stone is on the ground by the moat surrounding the arena and looks like a Poké Ball. You also get a free Water Stone for having 80 Pokémon in the Pokédex.

What Pokémon evolve with a Water Stone?

There are six Pokémon that are known to evolve with a Water Stone, but only two of those appear in Pokémon Crimson and Crimson. The only Pokemon in this game that can evolve with a Water Stone are Musha and Eevee.

The full list of Pokémon that evolve with a Water Stone includes:

  • Eevee
  • Lombrero
  • mushas
  • Quaputzi
  • sodamak
  • star du

There are a number of other Pokemon that are programmed into the game but cannot be caught, including Hisui-type Pokemon like Damythir and possible future seven-star Tera Raid bosses like Brigaron. However, none of the other Pokémon that evolve via Water Stone are in play.

However, the Pokédex can be completed without a Water Stone. Muscha’s development, Austos, can be found along the southwestern and northern coasts of Paldea. Aquana has a chance to spawn across much of northwestern Paldea.

by Torge Christiansen

Pokemon Crimson and Crimson: How to Get Water Stones